Beauty and the Beast chocolate covered Oreo cookies. What a fun idea for a Beauty and the Beast birthday party or for a treat after watching the new movie! I think the girls would LOVE these yummy chocolate cookies to celebrate with.
I shared some Beauty and the Beast mini candy bar wrappers as this month's email freebie. I purchased the new Funko Pop Belle and Beast figurines to keep Chip the Teacup company. (He is still one of my favorite DIY projects ever.) And today, I created some chocolate covered Oreos that I think Belle would swoon over.
And like most of the crafts I like to share, these chocolate covered Oreos are super easy and yummy! I think they would make such a sweet dessert for a Beauty and the Beast party or as a post movie treat. (Because after having movie popcorn, I'm always craving chocolate. Am I the only one?)
- Double Stuffed Oreos
- Yellow Chocolate Melts
- Red Chocolate Melts
- Spinningleaf Chocolate Oreo Mold
- Bite Sized Rose chocolate mold
- Mini Squeeze Bottle
Start by melting your Yellow Chocolate Melts in a microwave or double boiler. Once they are nice and smooth, add a little bit to the bottom of your Spinningleaf Chocolate Oreo Mold. I love this mold because my Oreos come out so smooth and pretty every time. So much less stress and work than hand dipping them.
Add your Oreo on top of the chocolate and then add a little more chocolate on top of the cookie. Tap the mold on the counter carefully to even out the chocolate and release any air bubbles. Once your cookies are ready, add them to the refrigerator for 20 minutes to a half hour to set.
While they cookies are setting, melt your Red Chocolate Melts and fill your Bite Sized Rose chocolate mold with red chocolate. Once again tap out on the counter to release any air bubbles and get your chocolate smooth. Refrigerate the roses while your Oreos are setting.
While the chocolate is still melted, add a little bit of your Yellow Chocolate Melts to a Mini Squeeze Bottle. Make sure your chocolate is nice and smooth. If you need it a little thinner to flow, add a small bit of vegetable oil or shortening to your chocolate and mix until smooth and thin enough to flow nicely.
When your Oreos and roses are set, use your yellow chocolate squeeze bottle to pipe a flower shape to resemble the bottom of Belle's dress on the outside edge of the chocolate covered Oreo. Allow the dress piping to harden for a few seconds as you do the other Oreos.
Add a large drop of yellow chocolate to the center of the Oreo and place one of the roses on top to secure it to the chocolate covered cookie. Allow to harden as you repeat the process on the other cookies.
Enjoy your cookies as you enjoy the new Beauty and the Beast movie!
Are you planning to go see the new movie this weekend?